[In-person tour] With the introduction of the IRT subway in 1904, high-rise construction pushed north. Concentrated in the vicinity of Times Square and Grand Central Terminal, these buildings are notable for their distinctive massing and remarkable ornamentation. Designed in a succession of popular styles, from neo-Renaissance to Art Deco, highlights include the often-ignored World Tower, the splendidly restored American Radiator Building, and the crowd-pleasing Chrysler Building. Led by architecture historian Matt Postal.
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Sunday, December 3 11:00 AM
In-person tour (meeting location delivered in registration confirmation email)